In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

FEB. 21-MARCH 6, 2018

A tiny southern Indiana settlement had a big influence celebrated by federal courts marking Black History Month. The legislature is not waiting on Gov. Eric Holcomb's DCS report, instead introducing more than a dozen agency-related bills this session. A McKinney professor traveled to Cambodia recently to train judges on a new set of commercial laws.


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Med-mal, PI firm reorganizes, ready for next 38 years

After almost 38 years in business, Montross Miller Muller Mendelson & Kennedy has undergone a significant reorganization. Two founding partners, John Muller and Tilden Mendelson, retired in 2017, and all four associates — Nathan Miller, Belinda Kunczt, Brad Kallmyer and Kerri Farmer — have been made partners.

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Study: Legal needs rise despite available aid

Despite a continued need for legal representation, few Americans hire attorneys. Legal aid experts said there are two questions the legal community should consider: what’s keeping people, particularly those from low-income communities, from hiring legal help; and how can the profession reverse the trend?

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Ruesch: Cyberinsurance outlook for 2018: Risks evolve, as does coverage

While businesses and industries across the board continue to address how best to evolve their data security and practices to, at the very least, minimize the risk of a cyberattack, the insurance industry is also evolving and working with these companies to produce and market insurance policies and products to respond to a cyber event.

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Law Student Outlook: Sexual misconduct and the evolving workplace

One of the most common responses we have seen from current law students is a zero-tolerance policy for instances of sexual misconduct. As the culture has changed in the last few months nationwide about the topic, it has invaded the law school, so far as being part of a few exam fact patterns.

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